The IIM Sirmaur Admission Procedure is quite comprehensive as it tests candidates on various skills and capabilities.
Step 1: Meeting the Eligibility Criteria
The candidates need to meet the eligibility criteria, i.e., the sectional and the overall cut-offs, to be admitted to IIM Sirmaur.
Quantitative Ability (QA)
Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR)
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension (VARC)
IIM Bodh Gaya, IIM Jammu, IIM Kashipur, IIM Raipur, IIM Ranchi, IIM Sambalpur, IIM Sirmaur, IIM Trichy, and IIM Udaipur have opted to use a Common Admission Process (CAP) for the Personal Appearance (PA) process, which will be supervised by IIM Raipur this year. The qualifying CAT cut-off is used to shortlist candidates for the PA procedure, including a PI round.
Step 2: Eligibility Criteria to be met for WAT and PI
CAT 2020 overall score
Final composite score
Sum of above scores (Max 100)
Step 3: IIM Sirmaur Admission Final Admission List
Scaled CAT Score (CS)
Academic Profile Score
Class 12 Aggregate: 5
Graduation Aggregate: 5
Academic Diversity: 5
Gender Diversity: 10
The MBA Tourism and Hospitality Management (T&HM) is a two-year full-time residential sectoral programme offered by IIM Sirmaur. There are three trimesters in each academic year of the curriculum. The basic courses in the first-year MBA (T&HM) explain the essential concepts of management theory.
It is followed by a six to eight-week summer internship during which students are required to work on tourism-related projects. After the third term, IIP is recommended as an optional activity for students who want to learn more about international business in general and tourism in particular.
Candidates must have a valid score in the CAT 2020/ GMAT obtained within the last five years/ IIM Sirmaur Test to be considered for admission. The test centres are Kolkata, Bangalore, Delhi, Chandigarh, and Paonta Sahib in Himachal Pradesh.
Candidates who have been shortlisted are invited to a PI/interaction round at a specific location. Candidates are chosen based on a total score that considers their admission exam test score, PI performance, academic profile, professional experience, and gender diversity.